The Warroon-1 fracture re-stimulation was successfully completed on 10 January 2022. All
fracture stages were successfully pumped by Schlumberger with a total proppant
placement of 159,826 lbs versus planned 157,500 lbs (just over 101%).
After a preliminary coil tubing clean out and confirmation of open perforations, the well
remained suspended until a swabbing package could be mobilised on the 28th January. On
the second day of swabbing, the well started free flowing through flow back equipment to
Following the recovery of approximately 400 bbls of stimulation fluids, gas break out was
clearly evident and the clean-up flow was diverted inline through the gathering system.
Warroon-1 has now recovered approximately 10% of the total stimulation fluids with
increasing gas rates, currently noted at 325 MSCFD. It is expected that the well will continue
cleaning up over the next 3 to 5 weeks prior to achieving expected production potential.
Clean fluid returns continue to confirm the successful design and placement of the frac.
Armour’s CEO Brad Lingo said, “I am very pleased to report that the Warroon-1 fracture
stimulation is progressing as per the programme and currently in line with expectations.
Armour’s Surat acreage contains numerous fracture stimulation and drilling opportunities that
the Company looks forward to progressing in 2022.”